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Selmer (Paris) Sopranino Saxophone Model 50

This was Selmer's first attempt (that I know of) to produce a sopranino saxophone.  Selmer is also one of the only companies to currently produce this saxophone, the only other company that I know of is LA Sax.  Production of this model started in 1986.  This instrument plays in the key of Eb, one octave above the alto.  Model 50 has a range from F# to Bb.  This saxophone had a verity of lacquer/plate options.  You could have the standard clear lacquer finish, black lacquer, white lacquer, silver plate, and gold plate.  Model 50 comes standard with a hand engraved bell, an adjustable thumb hook, ribbed point construction, stainless steel rods & screws, tapered pivot screws, blued steel screws, Kid pads with metal tone boosters, a Selmer (Paris) hard rubber mouthpiece, and a wood shell case.
 
 




 Selmer (Paris) Soprano Model 51


This was Selmer's new soprano before the bigger and better model 53 came out.  Production of this model started in 1986  Model 51 has a range from F# to Bb.  It plays in the key of Bb, one octave above the tenor.  This saxophone had a verity of lacquer/plate options.  You could have the standard clear lacquer finish, black lacquer, white lacquer, silver plate, and gold plate.  Model 51 comes standard with a hand engraved bell, an adjustable thumb hook, ribbed point construction, stainless steel rods & screws, tapered pivot screws, blued steel screws, Kid pads with metal tone boosters, a Selmer (Paris) hard rubber mouthpiece, and a wood shell case.
 
 













 Selmer (Paris) Alto Sax Model 52

This is Selmer's current alto saxophone.  Production of this model started in 1986, and is still going strong today.    Model 52 has a range from F# to Bb.  It is in the key of Eb, one octave above the baritone.  This saxophone had a verity of lacquer/plate options.  You could have the standard clear lacquer finish, black lacquer, white lacquer, silver plate, and gold plate.  Model 52 comes standard with a hand engraved bell, adjustable felt bumpers, removable sculpted key guards,  an adjustable thumb hook, ribbed point construction, stainless steel rods & screws, tapered pivot screws, blued steel screws, Kid pads with metal tone boosters, a Selmer (Paris) hard rubber mouthpiece, a wood shell case, and a naugahyde case cover.
 
 


Selmer (Paris) Tenor Sax Model 54


Selmer has recently created a new model tenor saxophone, the 64.  This saxophone started being manufactured in 1986.    Model 54 has a range from F# to Bb.  It is in the key of Bb, one octave below the soprano.  This saxophone had a verity of lacquer/plate options.  You could have the standard clear lacquer finish, black lacquer, white lacquer, silver plate, and gold plate.  Model 54 comes standard with a hand engraved bell, adjustable felt bumpers, removable sculpted key guards,  an adjustable thumb hook, ribbed point construction, stainless steel rods & screws, tapered pivot screws, blued steel screws, Kid pads with metal tone boosters, a Selmer (Paris) hard rubber mouthpiece, a wood shell case, and a naugahyde case cover.
 
 


Selmer (Paris) Baritone Sax Model 55AF


This is Selmer's current baritone sax.  This saxophone started being manufactured in 1986.    Model 55AF has a range from F# to A.  It is in the key of Eb, one octave below the alto.  This saxophone had a verity of lacquer/plate options.  You could have the standard clear lacquer finish, black lacquer, white lacquer, silver plate, and gold plate.  Model 55AF comes standard with a hand engraved bell, adjustable felt bumpers, removable sculpted key guards,  an adjustable thumb hook, ribbed point construction, stainless steel rods & screws, tapered pivot screws, blued steel screws, Kid pads with metal tone boosters, a Selmer (Paris) hard rubber mouthpiece, and a case.
 
 




Selmer (Paris) Bass Sax Model 56


This is Selmer's current bass sax.  Selmer is one of the only companies to still produce this saxophone, LA Sax recently announced that they too are going to produce this beast also.  This saxophone started being manufactured in 1986.    Model 55AF has a range from F# to A.  It is in the key of Eb, one octave below the alto.  This saxophone had a verity of lacquer/plate options.  You could have the standard clear lacquer finish, black lacquer, white lacquer, silver plate, and gold plate.  Model 55AF comes standard with a hand engraved bell, adjustable felt bumpers, removable sculpted key guards,  an adjustable thumb hook, ribbed point construction, stainless steel rods & screws, tapered pivot screws, blued steel screws, Kid pads with metal tone boosters, a Selmer (Paris) hard rubber mouthpiece, and a case.
 
 



Super Action 80 Series III
Selmer (Paris) Soprano Saxophone Model 53


This is Selmer's current soprano saxophone.  Model 53 comes with interchangeable straight and curved necks.  Model 53 has a range from G to Bb.  It plays in the key of Bb, one octave above the tenor.  This saxophone had a verity of lacquer/plate options.  You could have the standard clear lacquer finish, black lacquer, white lacquer, silver plate, and gold plate.  Model 53 comes standard with a hand engraved bell, an adjustable thumb hook, ribbed point construction, stainless steel rods & screws, tapered pivot screws, blued steel screws, Kid pads with metal tone boosters, a Selmer (Paris) hard rubber mouthpiece, and a wood shell case.
 
 











Selmer (Paris) Tenor Sax Model 64

This is Selmer's current tenor sax.  The neck is modeled after the famous Marks VI's.  Model 64 has a range from F# to Bb.  It is in the key of Bb, one octave below the soprano.  This saxophone had a verity of lacquer/plate options.  You could have the standard clear lacquer finish, black lacquer, white lacquer, silver plate, and gold plate.  Model 64 comes standard with a hand engraved bell, adjustable felt bumpers, removable sculpted key guards,  an adjustable thumb hook, ribbed point construction, stainless steel rods & screws, tapered pivot screws, blued steel screws, Kid pads with metal tone boosters, a Selmer (Paris) hard rubber mouthpiece, a wood shell case, and a naugahyde case cover.

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